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compromises. michelle miller has more on the deal that could offer a lesson to other cities across the country. >> i would like you to copy this down. >> reporter: over the last 27 months english teacher seth peterson has felt angry about contract talks between his union and the boston school district. >> there were attacks in the media that seemed to be dominated by this inflammatory language describing teachers as greedy; describing teachers as lazy or obstructionist. >> reporter: but now peterson who has taught in the school system for 18 years praises the new collective bargaining deal struck with the city five days ago. >> this is a win-win situation. the most important winners are the students and the community in boston. >> chicago is a union town. >> reporter: as teachers in chicago went on strike last week, boston's 5,000 public schoolteachers and 57,000 students started the new academic year on time. it is something mayor thomas menino is proud of. >> i heard mayor emmanuel on tv saying why can't i get a contract like boston. we have the opportunity now to say to bad teachers, you ar
to the phrase "a dog's life." michelle miller takes us inside a new luxury pet hotel. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> reid: good evening. i'm chip reid. of the 38 days remaining until election day, the most important of all may be this coming wednesday when president obama and mitt romney meet in denver for the first of three debates. the stakes are sky high, especially for mr. romney. running mate paul ryan made the case for a mitt romney presidency today in the toss-up state of new hampshire. >> we have got to stop spending money we don't have. >> reporter: vice president joe biden campaigned in battled ground florida, where he argued that the obama administration inherited trillion-dollar deficits from the bush administration. >> they put two wars on a credit card, not paying a penny, not paying a penny. >> reid: meanwhile be president obama and mitt romney were hunkered down today cramming for next week's debate showdown. both sides are working hard to lower expect aches by praising their opponents. a romney adviser says the president has the advantage as
on getting real officials back on the field. jeff glor is covering. and michelle miller on a bittersweet homecoming for the indiana national guard, happy to be back from afghanistan, but mourning the men that they lost. >> i would gladly give my life to bring all four of them back. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. 41 days before the election, president obama is opening leads in states that mitt romney can least afford to lose. have a look at our new poll today. the president now has a 10-point lead in the swing state of ohio, 53% to 43. in florida, another key swing state, mr. obama's lead is nine points, 53% to 44. and the president leads by 12 point in pennsylvania, 54 to 42. this quinnipiac university/cbs news/"new york times" polls has a margin of roar of three points so the leads are significant. our cbs news election analysis team is moving ohio from a toss- up to leaning toward mr. obama. with that, we estimate 255 electoral votes are solidly in the obama camp or leaning that way. for governor romney the number
brother. >> my family coming home. >> reporter: finally back home again in indiana. michelle miller, cbs news, gary, indiana. >> coming up after your local news on cbs "this morning," details of a deal between the nfl and referees union. we'll get an analysis from james brown. mitt romney speaks to jan crawford about why he thinks president obama is engaged in character assassination. we'll get reaction from senator john mccain. also an update on american airlines contract talks with its pilots. we'll hear from a company spokesperson. and actress lucy liu talks about tonight's premier. all that and so much more. busy day on cbs "this morning." that will do it. i appreciate you watching. i'm terrell brown. take care, everybody. have a great day. ,,,, >>> >>> we begin with some developing news outside. when glass sending else. >>>
real officials back on the field. jeff glor is covering. and michelle miller on a bittersweet homecoming for the indiana national guard, happy to be back from afghanistan, but mourning the men that they lost. >> i would gladly give my life to bring all four of them back. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. 41 days before the election, president obama is opening leads in states that mitt romney can least afford to lose. have a look at our new poll today. the president now has a 10-point lead in the swing state of ohio, 53% to 43. in florida, another key swing state, mr. obama's lead is nine points, 53% to 44. and the president leads by 12 point in pennsylvania, 54 to 42. this quinnipiac university/cbs news/"new york times" polls has a margin of roar of three points so the leads are significant. our cbs news election analysis team is moving ohio from a toss-up to leaning toward mr. obama. with that, we estimate 255 electoral votes are solidly in the obama camp or leaning that way. for governor romney the number i
love still loves cheesesteak, but as michelle miller reports, philly has a unique tribute to cheese, sauce and crust. >> describe for me your passion for pizza. >> pizza is all around us. it's every where. snoofr wri >> yes. every where. it's the great equalizer. >> reporter: the first lunch spot to open in this philadelphia neighborhood in three decades is already attracting regulars. >> this is great to be able to stop by, grab a great slice and check out all the great stuff they have on the walls. >> reporter: a lot of memorabilia. so much, in fact that it's become the world's first pizza museum. >> nowhere on earth is there a shrine built to puzzle. there's museums on everything from bird food to mustard it's a shame. >> reporter: pizza has been a part of pop culture for generations. >> who ordered the double cheese and sausage? >> reporter: among the most celebrated of comfort foods. >> a cheese pizza just for me. >> reporter: throughout this museum you'll find artifacts dedicated to all things pizza from domoinoes to "star trek" pizza cutter. >> the difference between collecti
may appeal to people no humans are allowed. for cbs "this morning saturday" michelle miller, new york. >>> now, you know the recession is over. right? unbelievable. still ahead, nobody does it better unless you prefer daniel craig over sean connery. we'll take a look at 50 years of films over the most sophisticated agent. >> bond. james bond. >> oh, my goodness. >> i know. do you have a favorite bond? >> daniel craig, i think. sean connery, to me. but i have to say i think the only one who has come close is daniel craig. >> he revolutionizes him. >> a little edgier. i thought "casino royale" was an amazing film. best of all the bond films. "goldfinger" was a great one. >> love listening to sean connery's voice. the thing about these films, they are beautiful. they are really aesthetically pleasing. the settings that they are set in. >> i remember when i was a kid and i was getting out of, i think sixth grade, maybe earlier than that, but like in 1964 with "dr. no" and "from russia with love" the biggest treat i got i came out of school one day and my mom took notice a double feature
cheesesteak, but as michelle miller reports, philly has a unique tribute to cheese, sauce and crust. >> describe for me your passion for pizza. >> pizza is all around us. it's every where. snoofr wri >> yes. every where. it's the great equalizer. >> reporter: the first lunch spot to open in this philadelphia neighborhood in three decades is already attracting regulars. >> this is great to be able to stop by, grab a great slice and check out all the great stuff they have on the walls. >> reporter: a lot of memorabilia. so much, in fact that it's become the world's first pizza museum. >> nowhere on earth is there a shrine built to puzzle. there's museums on everything from bird food to mustard it's a shame. >> reporter: pizza has been a part of pop culture for generations. >> who ordered the double cheese and sausage? >> reporter: among the most celebrated of comfort foods. >> a cheese pizza just for me. >> reporter: throughout this museum you'll find artifacts dedicated to all things pizza from domoinoes to "star trek" pizza cutter. >> the difference between collecting and curing. >>
and the lines formed around the block. michelle miller is here with the latest with the i frenzy. >> apple stock close up $1.39 on friday finishing at $709 on the new york stock exchange. good news for the company, perhaps better news for the nation's economy. the lines wrapped around apple stores worldwide. smartphone junkies anxious to be among the first be among the new iphone 5 shelled out cold hard cash. market watchers say it could fwuft economy by $3.2 billion. >> iphone 5 bumped the gdp by half a percentage point which is incredible. no other single product notified needle. >> reporter: pre-orders for the phone hit 2 million shattering records for the previous model. estimates for sales this weekend have hit 10 million. >> this is what people have been waiting for. 4g connection which is faster. >> reporter: but like previous generations, the iphone 5 is not perfect. >> they booted off google map and put in their own map. it's not complete. a lot of errors. you got roads on the water. kind of a mess. >> reporter: this week competitors like market leader samsung tried to expose any chunk
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are in this to win. there is distance between the private miller obama and public michelle obama. it is very intelligent. >> i don't agree. i don't think she changed. i think she has become a more polished political figure and recognized where the political land mines are. as someone who dabbled in politics myself, when you are doing it for the first time, you don't recognize how sensitive your statements can be. so i don't think she has changed at all. i think she is a very same person. she's been very voc al and i wil campaign myself and my affairs the way i want to and i wouldn't be trouted out when you want me to be. she chose issues she cares about. she is at core very much herself which is why the american people love her. she was kark can coutured in the beginning. you showed that new yorker piece which was like, the caricature of her. but that was never who she was. and the more people have gotten to know her the more apparent it has become that the caricature is not true. >> but person who said, i'm finally proud of america. that's who she was. harvard lawyer, a tough woman. now she
being brought to you tonight by geico. collinsworth and michele tafoya three runs, three passes. they are now at the lions 31 yard line. smith will go to the fullback who will juggle the ball out of bounds. bruce miller. it will be second down and ten. the former defensive end miller. >> cris: go back to this move by frank gore in the open field working against coleman. that is a knee buckler right there. and then on the other side, stephen tulloch gets rolled up on by joe staley and he limped out of the game. >> al: palmer a linebacker out of mississippi takes his spot. second down and ten. smith stepping up in the pocket. that is douglas. two drops here. one by miller, one by walker. it will be third down and ten. >> cris: i keep waiting for one of those wham passes, you know? they have hit them with about four or five of those fake the wham blocks and try and get a pass out here. but they are in field goal range but in this stadium, this is a tough kick. you just don't know what the wind is going to do. i think you have to stay aggressive here offensively and at least try to
.a. on wednesday. we'll take a look at that case with john miller in a few minutes. right now, let's go back to charlie rose and norah o'donnell at the democratic national convention. hello, you two. i was thinking about michelle obama a second ago. you know you're popular and people are paying attention when everybody wants to know the color of the nail polish she was wearing the night of her speech. even her husband probably doesn't know the answer to that question. >> it was kind of a gray or pewter color. >> it's nail design called vogue. who knew? >> i noticed it in some of the pictures afterwards. michelle obama, always a trend setter. charlie was talking about that actually. he asked me -- >> i was thinking -- >> i didn't know she had nail polish on. >> there you go. >>> good morning, gayle. great to see you. >> good to see you guys. >>> president obama takes the stage tonight to accept the democratic nomination and try to convince voters that he deserves a second term. >> of course, his memorable speeches helped get him elected in 2008. bill plante, of course, has a preview of the sp
[ ♪ theme ♪ ] >> john: this is "the stephanie miller show." good morning. i'm john fuglesang. i'll be filling in for steph all week in spite of a very angry letter from michelle obama. i'm delighted to be here. we have great guests lined up today and all week long. really what matters most is that you the current viewer get your news from the only channel that matters and the only news girl that matters of course, i'm talking about the luminous and brilliant jacki schechner. good morning jacki. >> good morning, john, how are you? can you hear me? maybe he can't hear me. good morning everybody. there is no viable path to the presidency for mitt romney that does not include ohio and new poll numbers show that he's now losing to president obama in the key battleground state. the president holds a 5-point lead, this according to the public policy polling which is a democratic leaning outfit. but what's important about this is that mitt romney's campaigning in ohio today and at this point in the game, the num
] >> stephanie: this is the >> stephanie miller. >> usually one goes to bowling alleys to meet the woman. >> stephanie: it is "the stephanie miller show" live from the democratic national convention live in charlotte north carolina in the afterglow of the michelle obama speech. listen from last night. hmm. let's listen from last night. michelle obama. >> when people ask me whether being in the white house has changed my husband i can honestly say that when it comes to his character and his convictions and his heart barack obama is still the same man i fell in love with all those years ago. >> stephanie: to join in the afterglow with us, one of our personal favorites representative elijah cummings. so nice to have you. michelle obama had twice as many tweets during her speech as mitt romney did. >> wow. i didn't know that. that doesn't surprise me. she hit it out of the park, don't you think? >> she hit it out of the park. what she did she connected on an emotional level with everybody who was watching. no doubt about
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